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The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.

  • my child: mommy, why are my cousins named Violet and Rose?
  • me: oh, because their parents love flowers!
  • my child: so wh-
  • me: enough questions, Giant buzz surrounds the forthcoming album by another Columbia artist, the recently signed Harry Styles, managed by Jeffrey Azoff, now in partnership with Brandon Creed. Working with a single producer, the versatile Jeff Bhasker (Kanye West, Rolling Stones, “Uptown Funk!”), in marked contrast to One Direction’s production by committee, Styles has crafted a set that recalls the regal high-water mark of ’70s British rock, Bowie and Queen in particular. The lead single, which could come out as soon as late April or early May, sounds like it would be a smash in any decade.